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into them. if you're just joining us. akio spike was scheduled to be here, but michael singletary has scheduled a meeting add headquarters. >>> we love our football, we love our baseball and basketball, but this is a pro football market. this was a tough sunday. that means when we go to work or school tomorrow, it will be a tough monday. that leads us to the raiders. not much better. raiders in nashville. doesn't deserve this. 81 years old, seemingly al davis did all the right things in the off-season. drafting well, getting rid of jamarcus russell, bringing in campbell, but even gregg pappa said they look like the same old team. 56-yard touchdown pass, he was wide open. ten is see had a 7-3 lead. jason campbell not much protection, just a montage of some of the errors, bad nab over jason campbell's head, a sack, the list gotten on. shades of jamarcus russell, whether it's unfair or not, that's what the fans are thinking. chris johnson, the number one rated fantasy player on the planet, actual the number one rated actual player in terms of running back. 76 yards right before halftime
in the days before the san bruno explosion, a pg&e spokesman told us this. >> we're researched phone records between september 1st and september 9th. we have no record of a call being made to report gas odor. >> leno said he doesn't believe pg&e and he has good reason. >> they're have a history of falsifying record when is it comes to the reporting of gas leaks. >> pg&e told us the same section of the gas line was deemed a high risk to fail and scheduled to be repaired in 2012. the day after the explosion, pg&e tested the section that runs through south san francisco and sound no leaks. mark tony heads the network that has been investigating for years and said san bruno is not the only high risk spot in the bay area. >> there other pipelines that are old, that have been identified as high risk for leaks and that are in the process of being replaced. >> reporter: documented filed with the puc show that the risk of failure of that section of this pipeline in south san francisco is "unacceptably high despite those repairs to that section of the pipeline." they are not scheduled to begin for two
in their fst place. how do you win the hearts and minds of muslims with one of us daring to burn their holiest book. obama's elengths was a big plus to the muss little world. in this battle for the american mile is the president smart to rally against tax cuts for the rich? if you want the center then why lean left? hi, i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us today, hdnet's dan rather, the bbc's katty kay, nbc's andrea mitchell and the "washington post"'s david ignatius. first up, on this ninth anniversary of 9/11, the gnawing hostilityy between some in this country and the muslim world became an outright obssion. here is the president friday defending his approach to that pastor's threat to burn the koran. >> this kind oaf behavior or threats of action put our young men and women in harm's way. and it's also the best imaginable recruiting tool for al qaeda. i hardly think we're the ones who elevated this story, but it is in the age of the internet something that can cause us profound damage around the world. and so we have to take it seriously. chris: is he right, dan rather? >> i th
to keep them away from the eastern u.s., but bermuda will probably be in the sites of igor and most likely julia won't affect anything. we can't rule out the eastern coast being affected by igor. we'll have more a little bit later. >> a lot to watch. thanks, al. >>> let's check some of the morning's other top stories. ann curry is at the news desk. good morning, ann. >> good morning, everybody. in the news over the weekend indications that the on again, off again iran release of american hiker sarah shourd is on again. on sunday the judiciary said she can be released on $500,000 bail after being held for more than a year. we're following developments this morning. where do things stand? >> reporter: good morning, ann. right now sarah shourd is still in custody. her lawyer says they are waiting for the $500,000 bail to be cleared and then he expects she will be released. now, under the conditions of bail, she is allowed to leave iran but her trial on charges of espionage is going forward. along with the trial of the two other u.s. hikers arrested with her in 2009. over the weekend u.s. offi
. >> but not like this. >> the family secret. >> thanks for joining us. i'm ann curry. the story we're bringing you now centers on a mother an daughter locked in a struggle over a dark secret closely guarded for 27 years. the terrible truth was only unleashed when one of them could no longer live a lie. here's keith morrison. >> it was the little girl who learned it first, the 12-year-old. she, who was there at the beginning, when the family secret was born. >> why did it get started? >> i honestly didn't know what else to do. >> why did she keep it so long. >> she was all i had. >> while it did its evil work. >> to think he had walked away. we couldn't even stand it. >> what would that secret do? >> everybody has a secret or two, but this? >> ah, yes, family, i suppose you could say this one, the family, if not the secret, got started in the middle of nowhere, which is what they like to call it here in an ainsworth, nebraska. it wasn't so surprising perhaps when young lloyd worth got out of school, the sailed off, joined the nave stroi see the world on an aircraft carrier, this man in the center o
have happened anywhere. >> there was a group of us quite frequently after school we'd just hang out. >> he was a promising young surfer. and a son to make a mother proud. >> he was incredible. like a rocket. >> they were former football teammates. they played and partied hard. but how did a night out with friends -- >> i just had an unsettling feeling in my stomach. >> -- end with the death of that rising star of the surf? >> he goes, something's happened. i just knew. i said it's emery, isn't it? he said, yeah. >> prosecutors called it murder. these friends said it was a tragic accident. >> one time, it was a fluke and, unfortunately, emery died. >> one young life lost. >> i was screaming emery, emery, please. >> five more on the line. >> it's a wake-up call for parents. >> the surfer and the bird rock bandits. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >> la jolla, california. long a sleepy enclave of the well-to-do was shaken by the brutal beating and death of promising surfer emery and those who might have been a little smug about the place, a little soul searching as one sho
have begun to put the brakes on this recession. the worst may be behind us. >> here is what the website from the white house tauted earlier in the summer. it was recovery summer as it was billed by the white house in campaign across the country as administration kicked off events across the country. here's the economic record which is still quite bleak. 9.6% unemployment. 16 months of straight 9% or higher unemployment. 54,000 jobs lost in august. 14.9 million unemployed. 6.2 million of which are long-term unemployed. and just today in "the new york times" a reminder of the real cost of this. a story that we see as the economy tumbles, numbers of families in shelters rise. you've had a rise in the number of families actually going into homeless shelters. it's a question of the president's rhetoric versus reality. are those things out of sync? >> no, they're not out of sync. obviously in april we were on a slightly greater scheme than we were over the summer because we had a fiscal crisis that took 15% off the stock market and caused businesses to retrench further but reality remains tha
a congressional hearing this week. >> many questions must be answered by all of us, whose job it is to protect our people. >> 811 -- >> reporter: protection seems too late for many of the san bruno residents who finally got the all-clear on sunday to go home. >> i'm anxious. you know, when we left, i thought i'm leaving all of 36 years of memories in the house, and i may never see them again. >> reporter: memories now tainted with many unanswered question's. frances kuo, nbc news. >>> a look at some other stories making news early today in america. in alabama a police officer is recovering after a bizarre series of accidents sent him to the emergency room. the officer was first thrown 50 yards off his motorcycle when it crashed and caught fire. this after a vehicle moved out of line during a funeral procession. an ambulance responded to the scene but soon after en route to the hospital it overturned and caught fire. the officer suffered multiple broken bones and significant trauma to his legs and arms. >>> more than 25,000 people filled new york's central park for a five kilometer race for the cur
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